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Ghost - the Haunted House. Glæd dig til årets nyhed i LEGOLAND i 2014.
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I Love the lego, do you have adult Lego Sets , like to visit legoland in denmark, Not just for Kids.is it expensive.
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Nordmarksvej 9 7190 Billund Denmark
Nordmarksvej 9DKSyddanmarkBillund7190
+45 75 33 13 33legoland.dk
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Roller coasters & family rides in amusement park with themed areas & miniature world made from Lego.- Google
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Arifin Tellegen
a week ago
It's was far too cheap and the Lego was not liquorice flavour as expected. I want to sell my shoes to an ethnic person now. The fact I can get it right away with the new version is better to be the first half of the day before. I'm a big fan of this month in which a man with my family and friends of a sudden urge you all have that problem of my favourite songs on this album.
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Kine Svori
11 months ago
This is an entremly big park, and a lot of fun for botn small and bigger kids. I really reccomend this place to everybody, but NOT in July - it is far too many people there in July. Late June or early August are better. Buy the tickets online one week before, and save money and time when you get there - it is a lot to see!
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Adam MacRae
2 months ago
The greatest two days of my life
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Jan Kåre Mikkelsen
2 years ago
While costing 299 DKK you could say that the entrance fee is pretty high. Luckily, all the rides inside are free. 50 DKK for a parking ticket is fair. Even in the middle of the summer season, on a sunny sunday, at noon, there were practically no lines to the ticket stand, nor the entrance. Impressive crowd management. "Miniland" is the first thing that grabs your attention on the inside. Seeing the detailed cities built with ordinary LEGO blocks, modelled after real life cities and structures, is truly amazing. In fact, there's probably too much details to digest in one day. Now already there's your reason to visit Legoland another time around. "Miniland" has also got its own Star Wars-section with huge models depicting scenes from the movies. The awesomeness knows no boundaries! The food in the park is a whole nutha' story though, I'm afraid. Do NOT buy any of the food from the portable stands and other small food shops. Food from these is overcooked and tastes horrible. Go for the 'bigger' places (restaurants) when you need to eat. The service provided by the park's staff is top-notch. It's almost too obvious their behaviour and friendly banter is very well indoctrinated. The sanitation facilities are well kept. Of the rides and roller coasters it's probably just the "Polar X-plorer" that is a 'must-ride'. Hint: The 'Aaah!' to 'Awww' is hilarious. One thing that I found quite annoying were the planes taking off from Billund Airport nearby. Every 20-30 minutes a plane would roar across the sky above Legoland, partly breaking the peaceful presence. People who're sensitive to dust in the air will also likely find their breathing irritated inside Legoland(on a sunny and crowded day, of course). There's a lack of natural forests. Everything 'nature' seems to be put in its place and constructed. Overall I'd like to recommend Legoland to anyone who got fascinated by LEGOs as a kid. All the magnificent things built with LEGOs are by themselves worth the visit, if you ask me. Everything else is just a bonus.
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Chris Eio
10 months ago
Call me a big kid but I loved Legoland. Such creativity and effort goes into making the models and displays. I'm not one for going on the rides so I can't say much about them but I'm sure they're fun if you like that sort of thing. Ideal for everyone, be they 8 or 80 years old.
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yang Kor
a year ago
As a adult, yoU might not like this place. Because of long que, 3 kroner extra for ketchup when you order food with french fries, childish attraction. But for children, it's rocking place. I personally like djurs sommerland much better, but my children like legoland mu~~~ch better.
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Pål Røtnes
2 years ago
It's Legoland. For 2 adults + 2 kids expect to spend about 500 DKK on entry (look for kids for free cupons/campaigns) + 650 DKK for a buffet meal, or slightly less at the barbecue. Rides are in very good condition. Exhibitions are incredible and fascinating for adults and kids. Lines mostly not to long. Restaurants and toilets clean. Lego shops are big, but the Lego is no cheaper than in regular toy stores (scandinavian ones at least). Food is a bit much, but otherwise it is excellent place for kids.
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David Dixon
3 years ago
I had a terrific time here. Mind you I was at the peak of when I was too old to enjoy it as a kid, but too young to enjoy it as an adult. I was 12. That was a little rough, but the Lego buildings and landscapes were incredible. This was the first Legoland that was built, and for that I feel it is worth seeing.